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Par. 1017. Clothing, and articles of Par. 1017. Clothing, and articles of wearing apparel of every description, wearing apparel of every description, wholly or in chief value of vegetable composed wholly or in chief value of fiber, except cotton, and whether manu- vegetable fiber other than cotton, and factured wholly or in part, not specially whether manufactured wholly or in provided for, 35 per centum ad valorem; part, not specially provided for, 35 per shirt collars and cuffs, wholly or in part centum ad valorem; shirt collars and of flax, 40 cent per dozen and 10 per cuffs, composed wholly or in part of centum ad valorem.

flax, 40 cents per dozen and 10 per cen

tum ad valorem. Par. 1018. Bags or sacks made from Par. 1018. Bags or sacks made from plain-woven fabrics of single jute yarns plain woven fabrics of single jute yarns or from twilled or other fabrics wholly or from twilled or other fabrics comof jute, not bleached, printed, stenciled, posed wholly of jute, not bleached, painted, dyed, colored, or rendered printed, stenciled, painted, dyed, colnoninflammable, 1 cent per pound and ored, nor rendered noninflammable, 1 10 per centum ad valorem; bleached, cent per pound and 10 per centum ad printed, stenciled, painted, dyed, col- valorem; bleached, printed, stenciled, ored, or rendered noninflammable, 1 painted, dyed, colored, or rendered noncent per pound and 15 per centum ad inflammable, 1 cent per pound and 15 valorem.

per centum ad valorem. Par. 1019. Bagging for cotton, gunny

Par. 1019. Bagging for cotton, gunny cloth, and similar fabrics, suitable for cloth, and similar fabrics, suitable for covering cotton, composed of single covering cotton, composed of single yarns made of jute, jute butts, or other yarns made of jute, jute butts, or other vegetable fiber, not bleached, dyed, vegetable fiber, not bleached, dyed, colored, stained, painted, or printed, colored, stained, painted, or printed, not exceeding sixteen threads to the not exceeding sixteen threads to the square inch, counting the warp and square inch, counting the warp and filling, and weighing not less than fifteen filling, and weighing not less than fifounces nor more than thirty-two ounces teen ounces nor more than thirty-two per square yard, six-tenths of 1 cent per ounces per square yard, six-tenths of 1 square yard; weighing more than thirty- cent per square yard; weighing more two ounces per square yard, three- than thirty-two ounces per square yard, tenths of 1 cent per pound.

three-tenths of 1 cent per pound. Par. 1020. Inlaid linoleum, 42 per Par. 1020. Linoleum, including corcentum ad valorem; all other linoleum, ticine and cork carpet, 35 per centum including corticine and cork carpet, 35 ad valorem; floor oilcloth, 20 per cenper centum ad valorem; floor oilcloth, tum ad valorem; mats or rugs made of 20 per centum ad valorem; mats or rugs linoleum or floor oilcloth shall be submade of linoleum or floor oilcloth shall ject to the same rates of duty as herein be subject to the same rates of duty as provided for linoleum or floor oilcloth. herein provided for linoleum and floor oilcloth.

Par. 1021. Common China, Japan, Par. 1022. Common China, Japan, and India straw matting, and floor and India straw matting, and floor coverings made therefrom, 3 cents per coverings made therefrom, 3 cents per square yard; carpets, carpeting, mats, square yard; carpets, carpeting, mats, matting, and rugs, wholly or in chief matting, and rugs, made wholly of value of flax, hemp, or jute, or a mixture

flax, hemp, or jute, or a mixthereof, 35 per centum ad valorem; all ture thereof, 35 per centum ad valorem; other floor coverings not specially pro

all other floor coverings not specially vided for, 40 per centum ad valorem. provided for, 40 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1022. Matting and articles Par. 1023. Matting made of cocoa made therefrom, wholly or in chief fiber or rattan, 8 cents per square yard; value of cocoa fiber? or rattan, 10 cents mats made of cocoa fiber or rattan, 6 per square yard; pile mats and floor cents per square foot. coverings, wholly or in chief value of Par. 1022. * *; all other floor cocoa fiber or rattan, 8 cents per square coverings not specially provided for, foot.

40 per centum ad valorem. Par. 1023. All manufactures, wholly Par. 1021. All woven articles, finor in chief value of vegetable fiber, ished or unfinished, and all manufacexcept cotton, not specially provided tures of vegetable fiber other than cotfor, 40 per centum ad valorem.

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them is the component material of ? Cocoa-fiber mats, 12 cents per sq. ft., by Presi- chief value, not specially provided for, dential proclamation, effective Jan. 13, 1933, under 40 per centum ad valorem.

sec. 336.

Par. 1624. Nets or sections of nets for use in otter trawl fishing, if composed wholly or in chief value of manila or vegetable fiber. (Free.)

SCHEDULE 11.-WOOL AND

MANUFACTURES OF

SCHEDULE 11.-WOOL AND MANUFAC

TURES OF

Par. 1101. (a) Wools: Donskoi, Par. 1101. Wools, not improved by Smyrna, Cordova, Valparaiso, Ecua- the admixture of merino or English dorean, Syrian, Aleppo, Georgian, Tur- blood, such as Donskoi, native Smyrna, kestan, Arabian, Bagdad, Persian, native South American, Cordova, ValSistan, East Indian, Thibetan, Chinese, paraiso, and other wools of like charManchurian, Mongolian, Egyptian, acter or description, and hair of the Sudan, Cyprus, Sardinian, Pyrenean, camel, in the grease, 12 cents per pound; Oporto, Iceland, Scotch Blackface washed, 18 cents per pound; scoured, Black Spanish, Kerry, Haslock, and 24 cents per pound. The duty on such Welsh Mountain; similar wools with- wools imported on the skin shall be 11 out merino or English blood; all other cents per pound: Provided, That such wools of whatever blood or origin not wools may be imported under bond in finer than 40s; and hair of the camel; an amount to be fixed by the Secretary all the foregoing, in the grease or of the Treasury and under such regulawashed, 24 cents per pound of clean tions as he shall prescribe; and if content; scoured, 27 cents per pound of within three years from the date of clean content; on the skin, 22 cents per importation or withdrawal from bonded pound of clean content; sorted, or warehouse satisfactory proof is furmatchings, if not scoured, 25 cents per nished that the wools have been used pound of clean content: Provided, That in the manufacture of rugs, carpets, or à tolerance of not more than 10 per any other floor coverings, the duties centum of wools not finer than 44s may shall be remitted or refunded: Probe allowed in each bale or package of vided further, That if any such wools wools imported as not finer than 40s: imported under bond as above preProvided further, That all the foregoing scribed are used in the manufacture of may be imported under bond in an articles other than rugs, carpets, or amount to be fixed by the Secretary of any other floor coverings, there shall the Treasury and under such regula- be levied, collected, and paid on any tions as he shall prescribe; and if wools so used in violation of the bond, within three years from the date of in addition to the regular duties proimportation or withdrawal from bonded vided by this paragraph, 20 cents per warehouse satisfactory proof is fur- pound, which shall not be remitted or nished that the wools or hair have refunded on exportation of the articles been used in the manufacture of yarns or for any other reason. Wools in the which have been used in the manufac- grease shall be considered such as shall ture of press cloth, camel's hair belting, have been shorn from the sheep withrugs, carpets, or any other floor cover- out any cleansing; that is, in their ing, or in the manufacture of knit or natural condition. Washed wools shall felt boots or heavy fulled lumbermen's be considered such as have been washed socks, the duties shall be remitted or with water only on the sheep's back, or refunded: And provided further, That if on the skin. any such wools or hair imported under Par. 1102. Wools, not specially probond as above prescribed are used in vided for, and hair of the Angora goat, the manufacture of articles other than Cashmere goat, alpaca, and other like press cloth, camel's hair belting, rugs, animals, imported in the grease or carpets, or any other floor coverings, or washed, 31 cents per pound of clean knit or felt boots or heavy fulled content; imported in the scoured state, lumbermen's socks, there shall be 31 cents per pound; imported on the levied, collected, and paid on any such skin, 30 cents per pound of clean conwools or hair so used in violation of the tent. bond, in addition to the regular duties provided by this paragraph, 50 cents per pound, which shall not be remitted or refunded on exportation of the articles or_for any other reason. (b) For the purposes of this schedule:

(1) Wools and hair in the grease shall be considered such as are in

their natural condition as shorn
from the animal, and not cleansed
otherwise than by shaking, wil-
lowing, or burr-picking;

(2) washed wools and hair shall
be considered such as have been
washed, with water only, on the
animal's back or on the skin, and
all wool and hair, not scoured,
with a higher clean yield than 77
per centum shall be considered as

washed; (3) scoured wools and hair shall be considered such as have been otherwise cleansed (not including shaking, willowing, burr-picking, or carbonizing);

(4) sorted wools or hair, or matchings, shall be wools and hair (other than skirtings) wherein the identity of individual fleeces has been destroyed, except that skirted fleeces shall not be considered sorted wools or hair, or matchings, unless the backs have been removed; and

(5) the Official Standards of the United States for grades of wool as established by the Secretary of Agriculture on June 18, 1926, pursuant to law, shall be the standards for determining the grade of wools.

Par. 1102. (a) Wools, not specially Par. 1102. Wools, not specially proprovided for, not finer than 44s, in the vided for, and hair of the Angora goat, grease or washed, 29 cents per pound of Cashmere goat, alpaca, and other like clean content; scoured, 32 cents per animals, imported in the grease or pound of clean content; on the skin, washed, 31 cents per pound of clean 27 cents per pound of clean content; content; imported in the scoured state, sorted, or matchings, if not scoured, 30 31 cents per pound; imported on the cents per pound of clean content: Pro- skin, 30 cents per pound of clean convided, That a tolerance of not more tent. than 10 per centum of wools not finer than 46s may be allowed in each bale or package of wools imported as not finer than 44s.

(b) Wools, not specially provided for, and hair of the Angora goat, Cashmere goat, alpaca, and other like animals, in the grease or washed, 34 cents per pound of clean content; scoured, 37 cents per pound of clean content; on the skin, 32 cents per pound of clean content; sorted, or matchings, if not scoured, 35 cents per pound of clean content.

Par. 1103. If any bale or package Par. 1103. If any bale or package contains wools, hairs, wool wastes, or containing wools, hairs, wool wastes, or wool waste material, subject to differ- wool waste material, subject to different rates of duty, the highest rate ap- ent rates of duty, be entered at any plicable to any part shall apply to the rate or rates lower than applicable, the entire contents of such bale or pack- highest rate applicable to any part age, except as provided in paragraphs shall apply to the entire contents of 1101 and 1102.

such bale or package. Par. 1104. The Secretary of the Par. 1104. The Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and di- Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to prescribe methods and regu- rected to prescribe methods and regulations for carrying out the provisions lations for carrying out the provisions of this schedule relating to the duties of this schedule relating to the duties on wool and hair. The Secretary of the on wool and hair.

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Treasury is further authorized and directed to procure from the Secretary of Agriculture, and deposit in such customhouses and other places in the United States or elsewhere as he may designate, sets of the Official Standards of the United States for grades of wool. He is further authorized to display, in the customhouses of the United States, or elsewhere, numbered, but not otherwise identifiable, samples of imported wool and hair, to which are attached data as to clean content and other pertinent facts, for the information of the trade and of customs officers.

Par. 1105. (a) Top waste, slubbing Par. 1105. Top waste, slubbing, waste, roving waste, and ring waste, 37 waste, roving waste, and ring waste, 31 cents per pound; garnetted waste, 26 cents per pound; garnetted waste, 24 cents per pound; noils, carbonized, 30 cents per pound; noils, carbonized, 24 cents per pound; noils, not carbonized, cents per pound; noils, not carbonized, 23 cents per pound; thread or yarn 19 cents per pound; thread or yarn waste, 25 cents per pound; card or burr waste, and all other wool wastes not waste, carbonized, 23 cents per pound; specially provided for, 16 cents per not carbonized, 16 cents per pound; all pound; shoddy, and wool extract, 16 other wool wastes not specially provided cents per pound; mungo, woolen rags, for, 24 cents per pound; shoddy, and and flocks, 742 cents per pound. Wastes wool extract, 24 cents per pound; of the hair of the Angora goat, Cashmungo, 10 cents per pound; wool rags, mere goat, alpaca, and other like ani. 18 cents per pound; focks, 8 cents per mals shall be dutiable at the rates pound.

provided for similar types of wool (b) Wastes of the hair of the Angora wastes. goat, Cashmere goat, alpaca, and other like animals, shall be dutiable at the rates provided for similar types of wool wastes.

Par. 1106. Wool, and hair of the Par. 1106. Wool, and hair of the kinds provided for in this schedule, if kinds provided for in this schedule, carbonized, or advanced in any manner which has been advanced in any manor by any process of manufacture be- ner or by any process of manufacture yond the washed or scoured condition, beyond the washed or scoured condiincluding tops, but not further ad- tion, including tops, but not further vanced than roving, 37 cents per pound advanced than roving, 33 cents per and 20 per centum ad valorem.

pound and 20 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1102. Wools, not specially provided for, and hair of the Angora goat, Cashmere goat, alpaca, and other like animals,

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scoured state, 31 cents per pound; Par. 1107. Yarn, wholly or in chief Par. 1107. Yarn, made wholly or in value of wool, valued at not more than chief value of wool, valued at not more $1 per pound, 40 cents per pound and than 30 cents per pound, 24 cents per 35 per centum ad valorem; valued at pound and 30 per centum ad valorem; more than $1 but not more than $1.50 valued at more than 30 cents but not per pound, 40 cents per pound and 45 more than $1 per pound, 36 cents per per centum ad valorem; valued at pound and 35 per centum ad valorem; more than $1.50 per pound, 40 cents valued at more than $1 per pound, 36 per pound and 50 per centum ad cents per pound and 40 per centum ad valorem.

valorem. Par. 1108. Woven fabrics, weighing Par. 1108. Woven fabrics, weighing not more than four ounces per square not more than four ounces per square yard, wholly or in chief value of wool, yard, wholly or in chief value of wool, valued at not more than $1.25 per valued at not more than 80 cents per pound, 50 cents per pound and 50 per pound, 37 cents per pound and 50 per centum ad valorem; valued at more than centum ad valorem; valued at more $1.25 but not more than $2 per pound, than 80 cents per pound, 45 cents per 50 cents per pound and 55 per centum pound upon the wool content thereof

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ad valorem; valued at more than $2 and 50 per centum ad valorem: Proper pound, 50 cents per pound and 60 vided, That if the warp of any of the per

centum ad valorem: Provided foregoing is wholly of cotton or other That if the warp of any of the foregoing vegetable fiber, the duty shall be 36 is wholly of cotton, or other vegetable cents per pound and 50 per centum ad fiber, the duty on the fabric, valued at valorem. not more than $1 per pound, shall be 40 cents per pound and 50 per centum ad valorem; valued at more than $1 but not more than $1.50 per pound, 40 cents per pound and 55 per centum ad valorem; valued at more than $1.50 per pound, 40 cents per pound and 60 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1109. (a) Woven fabrics, weigh- Par. 1109. Woven fabrics, weighing ing more than four ounces per square more than four ounces per square yard, yard, wholly or in chief value of wool, wholly or in chief value of wool, valued valued at not more than $1.25 per at not more than 60 cents per pound, 24 pound, 50 cents per pound and 50 per cents per pound and 40 per centum ad centum ad valorem; valued at more valorem; valued at more than 60 cents than $1.25 but not more than $2 per but not more than 80 cents per pound, pound, 50 cents per pound and 55 per 37 cents per pound and 50 per centum centum ad valorem; valued at more ad valorem; valued at more than 80 than $2 per pound, 50 cents per pound cents but not more than $1.50 per and 60 per centum ad valorem.

pound, 45 cents per pound upon the (b) Felts, belts, blankets, jackets, or wool content thereof and 50 per centum other articles of machine clothing, for ad valorem; valued at more than $1.50 paper-making, printing, or other ma- per pound, 45 cents per pound upon chines, when woven, wholly or in chief the wool content thereof and 50 per value of wool, as units or in the piece, centum ad valorem. finished or unfinished, shall be dutiable Par. 372. * *; all other maat the rates provided in subpara- chines or parts thereof, finished or ungraph (a).

finished, not specially provided for, 30 per centum ad valorem: *

Par. 1119. All manufactures not specially provided for, wholly or in chief value of wool, 50 per centum ad

valorem. Par. 1110. Pile fabrics, whether or Par. 1110. Pile fabrics, cut or uncut, not the pile covers the entire surface, whether or not the pile covers the wholly or in chief value of wool, and whole surface, made wholly or in chief all articles, finished or unfinished, value of wool, and manufactures, in made or cut from such pile fabrics: If any form, made or cut from such pile the pile is wholly cut or wholly uncut, fabrics, 40 cents per pound and 50 per 44 cents per pound and 50 per centum centum ad valorem. ad valorem; if the pile is partly cut, 44 cents per pound and 55 per centum ad valorem.

Par. 1111. Blankets, and similar Par. 1111. Blankets and similar articles (including carriage and automo- articles, including carriage and autobile robes and steamer rugs), made of mobile robes and steamer rugs, made blanketing, as units or in the piece, of blanketing, wholly or in chief value finished or unfinished, wholly or in of wool, not exceeding three yards in chief value of wool, not exceeding three length, valued at not more than 50 yards in length, valued at not more cents per pound, 18 cents per pound than $1 per pound, 30 cents per pound and 30 per centum ad valorem; valued and 36 per centum ad valorem; valued at more than 50 cents but not more at more than $1 but not more than than $1 per pound, 27 cents per pound $1.50 per pound, 33 cents per pound and 3272 per centum ad valorem; and 3772 per centum ad valorem; valued at more than $1 but not more valued at more than $1.50 per pound, than $1.50 per pound, 30 cents per 40 cents per pound and 40 per centum pound and 35 per centum ad valorem; ad valorem: Provided, That on all the valued at more than $1.50 per pound, foregoing, exceeding three yards in and 37 cents per pound and 40 per length, the same duty shall be paid as centum ad valorem. on woven fabrics of wool weighing more than four ounces per square yard.

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